Is Redmi Note 11 already AMOLED

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Review: Cheapest 90Hz Super AMOLED Screen with Full Features - The Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 smartphone has been officially present in the Indonesian market since March 2022 yesterday. The presence of the Redmi Note 11 smartphone is a manifestation of Xiaomi's consistency in presenting competent smartphones at affordable prices. 90Hz which is above average in its class. Regarding performance, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 is not very encouraging according to Laptophia because it is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 SoC whose performance is actually less fast than the Snapdragon 678 used by its predecessor. However, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 is armed with complete features such as the presence of stereo speakers, NFC, infrared blaster, 33W fast charge, and so on. Curious? Check out the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 review by the Laptophia team this time! The Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 smartphone unit that Laptophia reviewed this time is the Star Blue color variant which looks quite bright and attractive. The color of the back case is gradated from sky blue at the top and to purple at the bottom. Not to forget, a sprinkling of glitter makes this phone display interesting reflections when exposed to light.

39;t feel premium. This phone has the ability to be splash water resistant with IP53 certification.

Unfortunately, the back case of the Redmi Note 11 easily leaves fingerprints. The camera housing design has also undergone changes and still fails to stand out. Although carrying a flat frame, the edges of the rear casing are slightly curved, thus adding to the comfort when holding it. The build quality of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 is quite solid, although it doesn't feel premium. This phone has the ability to be splash water resistant with IP53 certification. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 smartphone screen is quite tough with tempered glass from Corning Gorilla Glass 3 which is still reinforced with a screenguard that has been installed from the factory. However, the installation of additional tempered glass is still recommended to minimize the risk of the screen breaking when dropped. The volume rocker button and the power button integrated with the fingerprint sensor are placed on the right side of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 phone.

In addition, there is a SIM and microSD (triple slot) slot on the left side of the phone. The top side of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 cellphone has a speaker grill, microphone, and infrared port. While the back of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 cellphone has three cameras or triple cameras, LED flash, and the Redmi logo on the bottom left. The Chinese brand that just introduced the Xiaomi 12 and 12 Pro places a USB Type-C port, speaker grill, and microphone on the bottom side of the phone. One of the advantages of MIUI 13 is better optimization of the processor, graphics and RAM, as well as an increase in the efficiency of programs running in the background by up to 40%. In addition, MIUI 13 also brings the Liquid Storage feature which offers better file management and defragmentation, thereby reducing storage performance degradation over time. When viewed in terms of interface design, the MIUI 13 used in the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 review this time is not much different when compared to MIUI 12 according to Laptophia. The interface is quite neat and attractive, and consists of a Lock Screen and Homescreen. While the app drawer is available and can be activated if the user wants. The customization options provided by MIUI 13 are the same as their predecessors, very complete and allow users to adjust all existing visual elements such as themes, wallpapers, widgets, fonts, animations, and so on.

Themes and wallpapers are also available free for download through the Themes application. The features carried by MIUI 13 on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 smartphone include Mi Remote, Floating Window, Child Mode, Do Not Disturb, Security, one handed mode, barcode scanner, Document scanner, Mi Share, NFC, Always On Display, Enterprise mode, Lite mode, Quick Ball menu, Mi Mover, Reading Mode, Video Toolbox, screen gesture, Ultra Battery Saver, App Lock, dark mode, Game Turbo Blocklist, App Vault, Digital Wellbeing & parental control, and many more. Not only that, the bloatware on the Redmi Note 11 is still added with games such as Bubble Shooter With Friends, Block Puzzle Guardian, Dust Settle, Jewels Blast, State of Survival, and Tile Fun. Actually, MIUI 13 on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 smartphone offers faster performance than MIUI 12, a customizable display, and complete features. Unfortunately, ads still occasionally pop up and annoying notification spam in some default apps. Laptophia explained here. The choice of the Snapdragon 680 SoC may sound a bit strange because its predecessor, the Redmi Note 10, is powered by the Snapdragon 678, which actually performs faster. The technical specifications of the Snapdragon 680 itself are not much different from the Snapdragon 662/665 with a higher CPU and GPU clockspeed. The only advantage of Snapdragon 680 is that it uses 6nm fabrication technology which makes it more efficient in power consumption. Although not the fastest in its class, the performance of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 is more than sufficient for daily communication and social media needs. However, for more intensive performance needs such as video editing, photo editing, and multitasking, the Redmi Note 11 feels less agile.

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When switching between applications that are quite heavy, Laptophia feels lag even though it is not too annoying. How does the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 perform for gaming? The Snapdragon 680 used by this smartphone is still able to play the latest games with adjusted graphics settings, such as Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, PUBG Mobile, Real Racing 3, and other popular games. In fact, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 is able to play heavy games like Genshin Impact, even with the lowest graphics settings and sometimes experiences frame drops during crowded scenes or battles. The interesting thing about the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 review according to Laptophia is that the heat generated is relatively controlled. Although used for playing games for a long time, the heat generated is not annoying and the body only feels warm. This Redmi Note 11 has a Memory Extension feature that can add additional RAM up to 2GB by borrowing internal memory. The following are the results of the Redmi Note 11 benchmark by the Laptophia team. While the second camera is 8 megapixels with a GalaxyCore GC08A3 sensor 1/4 inch 1.12um pixels supported by a 13mm ultra-wide lens with f/2.2 aperture which is capable of producing ultra-wide photos with 119-degree FoV. While the third and fourth cameras are 2 megapixels with f / 2.4 lenses that function as dedicated macro cameras and depth sensors to produce bokeh photos in portrait mode. For selfie photo fans, the Redmi Note 11 is quite competent with the support of a 13 megapixel front camera with a 1/3.1 inch BSI sensor 1.12um pixels combined with an f/2.4 fixed focus aperture lens and reinforced with the AI ​​Portrait Selfie feature for selfie photos and video calls. The appearance of the camera application on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 review is relatively the same as other Xiaomi smartphones.

The camera application is quite easy to use with the dominance of the viewfinder combined with the Rolodex menu to select the mode. Users can set frequently used modes to appear in the main menu. In the viewfinder there is a button to select the lens, namely 0.6x (super wide angle), 1x (wide), and 2x (digital zoom). Several modes available on the cheapest 90Hz AMOLED screen smartphone camera Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 include Slow Motion (up to 720p @ 120fps), Short Video, Video, Photo, 50M, Portrait, Night, Panorama, Document, Time-lapse, and Pro.. The interesting thing is that manual mode or Pro mode is available on the Redmi Note 11 camera and allows users to set white balance, focus, ISO (up to 6400), and shutter speed up to a maximum of 30 seconds.

HDR mode is enough to increase the dynamic range when activated. Redmi Note 11 also provides an AI mode which is claimed to be able to detect the scenario of the subject of the photo and optimize the results of the photo. In practice, this AI mode seems to only increase color saturation and contrast which makes photos look more alive or 'punchy'. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 provides a portrait mode that deserves a thumbs up. The separation between the subject and the background is quite neat and the bokeh effect looks more natural. The focus speed of the main camera of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 is quite fast and accurate, so the macro photos produced are good with a good level of detail according to Laptophia. The performance of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 camera in low-light conditions or at night is relatively standard and not much different from its competitors. The autofocus performance has decreased, so the hand must be steady so that the photo is not blurry. In addition, the resulting photos appear to experience a significant reduction in detail and noise that is quite annoying. Night mode effectively makes photos brighter, but noise is still visible. The Redmi Note 11's built-in LED flash is bright enough, adequate for shooting in complete darkness. As for the ultra wide angle camera in the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 review, this time it was a bit disappointing according to Laptophia. When the light conditions are abundant or during the day, it produces photos with warm or slightly yellowish characters. The resulting detail also tends to be lacking, and looks pixelated when zoomed in. At night, this ultra wide angle camera is also less reliable. While the front camera of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 which has a power of 13 megapixels is able to produce photos with good quality. The character of the photo is a bit soft, but the resulting skin tone is quite satisfying. The portrait mode with the front camera is also quite satisfying.

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